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Five Excuses You Should Never Use to Avoid Getting Tested for Sleep Apnea

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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is an extremely common condition. But unfortunately, not everyone who has this sleeping disorder is getting the help they need. Around 22 million Americans have sleep apnea, and of these cases, researchers believe that up to 80% of sleep apnea sufferers aren’t receiving the treatment they require. The reasons why there are so many undiagnosed cases of sleep apnea will vary. Some people may be unfamiliar wit...

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Four Ways to Make Your Bedroom Ideal for Sleep

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Everyone has those nights when it may seem like it’s impossible to achieve quality rest, and yet there’s not a clear reason why. Regardless of whether you wake up multiple times, toss and turn, or have trouble falling asleep to begin with, identifying what’s keeping you up at night can be a troublesome puzzle. So if you find yourself in this scenario, bear in mind that your sleeping environment has a lot to do with how well you r...

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Seasonal Affective Disorder and Sleep – What You Need to Know

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Fall and winter are just around the corner. And for millions of folks around the country, the change in temperature can result in a change in mood as well. Though hard to define, many people report feeling more depressed in the cooler-weather months, or just a little more lethargic, as the shorter days and cold outdoor weather takes its seasonal toll. Sometimes, this is just a natural shift in our bodies and brains as we adjust to a new c...

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Five Common Sleeping Problems and What They Could Mean for Your Health

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Trouble getting to sleep and staying asleep is certainly not uncommon. Many people report having a restless night or two, as well as unusual nighttime behaviors. These might be night sweats, snoring, or active movements that can hinder their ability to rest well. But while many of these common sleeping habits can seem innocent and common enough, they could be signs of a bigger problem. Here are five common problems and behaviors that p...

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The Dangers of Sleep Aids and Sleep Apnea

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People with obstructive sleep apnea often report feeling fatigued during the day. The continual brain activity that is necessary for you to breathe easy throughout the night results in a lack of quality rest. Therefore, it’s not unusual to feel the effects when you’re wide awake. Do you have obstructive sleep apnea and also have trouble actually falling asleep when it’s time to go to bed? Then you may have a larger problem on you...

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Sleeping Habits and Kids: How to Help Your Child Get a Better Night's Rest

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Parents may know that it’s important for their children to get a good night’s rest in order to play, learn, and grow during the day. But they might not be aware of just how critical a good night’s rest is for their children’s development. Hence sleeping habits and routines should be a top priority for parents. Ample and quality sleep is crucial for growing kids, as sleep is when our bodies and brains undergo the bulk of our develo...

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How a Lack of Sleep Affects Your Relationships

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When it comes to sleeping disorders like obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), chances are you’re not the only one who is suffering. Not getting the quality rest you need on a regular basis can affect virtually every aspect of your daily routine. This includes your relationships with your loved ones, family members, friends, children, and everyone who is essential in your inner circle. Researchers and doctors have studied how a lack of slee...

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Surprising Ways You’ll Benefit From Treating Your Obstructive Sleep Apnea

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After a few weeks or even days of treating your obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), you’ll likely feel better in a number of noticeable ways. You’ll feel less fatigued and out of focus during the day, as well as the disappearance of symptoms like morning headaches. You will simply feel better rested across the board. But did you know that there is also a wide array of more surprising and subtle benefits when you finally get your OSA under ...

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Why There Is No Good Excuse to Avoid Getting Tested for Sleep Apnea

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Despite the health risks, a large number of people who have obstructive sleep apnea never get diagnosed or treated, even though they think there may be an issue with their sleep. This is a dangerous scenario, as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) does not go away on its own. And over time, OSA can grow more severe as side effects and symptoms worsen the condition. So if you’ve been putting off getting tested and treatment for obstructive ...

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How to Tell If Your Snoring Means It’s Time to Get Tested for OSA

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Snoring during your sleep on a regular basis certainly isn’t unusual. It’s estimated that 90 million Americans snore on a regular basis, which is the equivalent of roughly 29% of the American population. But just because snoring is a common habit doesn’t mean it should be ignored. Recent estimates from the National Sleep Foundation suggest that of these 90 million people, approximately half may actually have obstructive sleep apn...

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